Supportive Living Program

A structured living environment is important to sustain life-long recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. We understand that returning home after primary treatment is not always the best option for every person. Fairbanks’ Supportive Living Program (SLP) offers an opportunity for patients to transition from inpatient treatment to outpatient treatment or recovery management programming.

SLP offers a structured environment where individuals can develop and practice life skills while maintaining a drug- and alcohol-free lifestyle. Our supportive living apartments provide a safe and sober environment as residents continue on the road of recovery. Residents are encouraged to stay at SLP for at least nine weeks, but many choose to stay longer.

Services at SLP include:
• Job Readiness: In partnership with EmployIndy, residents learn important skills about interviewing, resume writing and dressing professionally, and receive support in obtaining employment.
• Healthcare: Residents without health insurance can get help signing up for the Healthy Indiana Plan.
• Transportation: A Fairbanks van provides transportation to and from treatment programs and support meetings.
• Food Pantry: Opportunities for shopping at the Fairbanks food pantry are provided weekly.
• Specialized workshops to help residents transition back into their environment outside of the treatment setting.

Read our SLP Brochure for more details

Fairbanks Supportive Living Program